Burning Crusade, the official Blizzard expansion to the highly-acclaimed World of Warcraft, will add classes that were previously exclusive to either the Alliance or Horde race to the opposing faction. That means that the Alliance players will be able to have Shamans, which used to be a Horde-only class. Likewise, the Horde will now be able to play as Paladins. The justification for the cross-over of exclusive classes between opposing races is that there are new Dungeons that require the unique abilities of both Shamans and Paladins–thus spoke Blizzard. The down side of this idea is that now neither the Horde, nor the Alliance has a unique class, which seems like a rather bad thing to me.
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